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Public Disclosure 2019

On-site Familiarization Visits for Local Emergency Response Personnel

Members of the local emergency response teams (such as paramedics) will be visiting Nordion to become familiar with our site. This is part of their normal and routine community service. The visit is also associated with the CNSC regulatory requirements. These visits allow the Ottawa emergency response teams to better respond if the need to do so ever presents itself and is not in response to any specific incident or threat to Nordion.

Groups of emergency response teams will be on site Monday April 1st, there will likely be emergency vehicles on site during this visit.

On-site Familiarization Visits for Local Law Enforcement

Members of the Ottawa and RCMP police services will be visiting Nordion to become familiar with our site. This is part of their normal and routine community service. The visit is also associated with the CNSC regulatory requirements. These visits allow the Ottawa police to better respond if the need to do so ever presents itself and is not in response to any specific incident or threat to Nordion.

Groups of police will be on site Monday, March 25th, Tuesday, March 26th and Monday April 1st. There will likely be emergency vehicles on site during these visits.

2019 — Reports

Annual Compliance and Operational Performance Report*
CNSC Review of Nordion’s Performance
Quarterly Event Reports*